March 17, 2018 / 2:16 PM

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'The Voice' Coach Adam Levine and Maroon 5 Leave CAA for WME Talent Agency


Adam Levine and Maroon 5 are switching up their talent representation. On Thursday (Dec. 3), it was announced that the "Sugar" band has left CAA for WME talent agency. But singer Levine and his band will still be represented by Jordan Feldstein from Career Artist Management in addition to Live Nation.

According to Billboard, WME will take on representation for both Levine and Maroon 5 in all facets of their career.

Maroon 5 has been on everyone's radar since they burst onto the scene with Songs About Jane in 2002. Since then the band has won three Grammys, three AMAs and four Teen Choice Awards. Maroon 5 has also embarked on an 104 date tour to promote their fifth studio album, V . The band has already made $71.4 million on the tour thus far, which is still ongoing.

But Levine has come into his own throughout Maroon 5's time in the industry.

Before scoring a gig as a coach on The Voice, where he has stayed for nine seasons, Levine also had a part in season 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum, in what is becoming a common platform for musicians turned actors. He also had a starring role with Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo in Begin Again, an offbeat, indie romance film.

The Maroon 5 frontman has also developed a Kmart line of clothing, a cologne for men and appeared on behalf of Proactiv+, as have many other celebs.

Maroon 5's last big single off of V, "Sugar," was accompanied by a music video that ended up being an unexpected hit and through Levine's 22 Records is being developed into a reality show for NBC.

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